One of the most popular restaurants in Havana, not only for its award winning fish and seafood dishes, but also for its cocktails, this place is ... More
One of the most popular restaurants in Havana, not only for its award winning fish and seafood dishes, but also for its cocktails, this place is locally referred to as the "cradle of the Daiquirí." The atmosphere is peaceful, even though all the 10 tables are right next to the bar. Decoration includes a large mural that dates from the 1930s depicting the city harbor in the 18th Century. Meals are often accompanied by a trio playing traditional Cuban music. Specialities of the kitchen include the Rueda de Pargo Ambos Mundos (snapper steak), the Gran Plato Hemingway (Hemingway Big Plate) and Langosta Mariposa (Butterfly Lobster).
Of the limited number of restaurants in Havana specialising in Middle Eastern cuisine, this is probably the most famous. Although
the menu is limited, the main courses and side dishes are all prepared quite traditionally, and prices are relatively ...
Situated at the top of the boulevard de Obispo, just after Floridita, you will find inside not only a snack
bar with stools, but also a metal counter where the chef puts the finishing touches to his dishes. The ...
Almost on the southern edge of the capital, in the El Rincón neighbourhood, is this church located next to an
old Leprosy Hospital. A mass pilgrimage takes place here each year on December 17th (Saint Lazarus' day), when the ...